Bell Work Title: Life in a Favela Date: Scrabble challenge: How many words can you create in 2 minutes to describe Brazil? Answer on MWB Choose your best 3 words and add up the score! Hint: Look back in your book to last lesson! What is life like in a Favela? Lesson 3 Lesson Objectives
Lesson 3 Competency Proficiency (Level 1-3) (Level 4-6) To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences To explain why people live in favelas Mastery (Level 7-9) To explain the advantages and
disadvantages of favelas in Brazil Lesson Sequence Key Words; Favela Lesson 1 An introduction to Brazil 2 What is Brazil like? 3 Life in a Favela
4 Improving the favelas 5 How developed is Brazil? 6 Tribes 7 World Cup Stadiums 8 Assessment Initial Knowledge Check
Using the understanding you have at the start of the lesson, write R (red), A (amber), or G (green) for how confident you are about the Learning Objectives Learning Objective To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences To explain why people live in favelas To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil Start Middle End Life in Sao Paulo Task A: G2 Describe the photo using 10 adjectives Task B: G3 Write a small paragraph
pretending to a person living on the other side of the wall explain what would you see? Too hard? Think about which side you would prefer to live on why? Too easy? Can you think of somewhere else in the world where it might look like this? Task C: G3+ Explain why is life so different within Sao Paulo using the
photo Too hard: Use the image on the board and describe the key characteristics What is a favela? FAVELA is the name given to spontaneous settlements in Brazil. They are found in all the major cities, even the recently built new capital of Brasilia. They have poor living conditions like no running water or electricity In pairs, come up with some ideas to define a favela. Task A: Write down the definition and highlight the keywords
Task B: Using the words in bold, write your own definition Task C: Draw the definition, annotating the words in bold To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences Look at the images and complete a task: 1. Use 5 words to describe them 2. Write down 2 human and 2 environmental problems To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences
Hint: Housing Transport Services Health Care What are favelas like? Watch the video clips and complete one of the following tasks: Task A: Write down key points from the video in a spider diagram or bullet points Task B: Write a paragraph of information about the favelas
and pose 2 questions about it Task C: Draw an image or several images which represent life in a favela http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGXjNCGiEVw&featur e=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omYAElw2XfM To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences Progress Check Using the understanding you have gained so far in the lesson, write R (red), A (amber), or G (green) for how confident you are about the Learning Objectives: NOW
Learning Objective To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences To explain why people live in favelas To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil Start Middle End Using your diaries, represent your confidence with what favelas are like. Show RED, AMBER or GREEN Why do people live in favelas? 1 in 5 people live in favelas, why? Population: 198.7 million (2012) Why do people
live in favelas? To explain why people live in favelas Read the information and complete one of the following tasks: Favelas in Brazil The first favela, or hillside shantytown, appeared on the outskirts of Rio De Janeiro 100 years ago. Despite numerous official attempts to eradicate these hand built renegade suburbs, housing the poorest of the poor, they have multiplied over the past century. Today there are more than 600 favelas, where one in five Rio residents lives. So Paulo also has a large number of favelas. Task B: The favelas are units of irregular self-constructed housing that are occupied illegally. They are usually on land located around the edge of the cities, often crowded onto hillsides. Residences are built without permission or a Answer the license and are often disorganised, without numbered streets, sanitation networks, electricity, a telephone service or plumbing. In recent years favelas have been troubled by drug-related crime and gang warfare. questions:
Task A: Take bullet point notes of the many Rapid urbanisation in LEDCs is causing many problems. Many 1. newHow migrants to cities in LEDCs cannot afford article housing. They are forced to build temporary accommodation in spontaneous favelas settlements. are Rio de Janeiro is a city located on Brazil's south-east coast. It is one of Brazil's largest settlements with a population of approximately 11.7 million people. The population ofthere? Rio de Janeiro has grown for a number of reasons. Natural Increase is one reason for its growth (this is when the birth is higher than the death rate). 2. Why
dorate they The population has also grown as the result of urbanisation. Millions of people have migrated from Brazil's rural tend be by a variety of push and pull areas to Rio de Janeiro. 65% of urban growth is a result of migration. This to is caused factors. located there? 3. Why is of housing. Millions of people have The rapid growth of Rio de Janeiro's population has led to a severe shortage been forced to construct their own homes from scrap materials such as wood, corrugated iron and metals population (favelas). Often families have to share one tap, there is no sewerage provision, disease is common and many increasing? people are unemployed. Favelas are located on the edge of most major Brazilian cities. They are located here for a number of reasons.
Firstly, this is the only available land to build on within the city limits. Secondly, industry is located on the edge of the cities. Many people need jobs therefore they locate close to factories. Some of these settlements may be 40 Finished: Pick up a challenge sheet to see what can be done or 50 km from the city centre (on the edge of the city), along main roads and up very steep hillsides. about the favelas? To evaluate the and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil To advantages explain why people live in favelas Jeremys Flip Flop Debate! Are there advantages and disadvantages of favelas? Work as a table On your flip flop, write down an advantage or disadvantage about favelas Pass it around your table in a clockwise
direction- twice! Use the prompts on your table for guidance You must have at least 3 points on each side of your flip flop! To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil Lets go! Nominate someone to be Jeremy Kyle Half of your table must be for favelas Half must be against You have 5 minutes to debate and Jeremy must come to a conclusion for the debate e.g. are favelas good or bad Go! Go! Go! To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil
Progress Check Using the understanding you have gained throughout the lesson, write R (red), A (amber), or G (green) for how confident you are about the Learning Objectives: AT THE END OF THE LESSON Learning Objective To describe what favelas are like in 3 sentences To explain why people live in favelas To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil Start Middle End Plenary Task Using the layout below, think of a word you have learn today and put it in the middle box, I want you to do complete each of the boxes for your word Similar/
Use it in associating a sentenc word e Keyword from the lesson Definition Draw a picture Stuck?: Ask me for a sentence structure sheet Homework 1. Write a letter home or diary entry on your first day and night in a favela 2. You must use the criteria on the next slide and the information on what makes a good letter and the fact file below: What makes a good letter?
A range of sentences long/short Varied and interesting words powerful adjectives and verbs Use of sense to appeal to the reader Emotive language Correct spelling and grammar List of 3 Alliteration Rhetorical questions Informative
Favela Fact file: 1 in 5 people in Rio de Janerio and Sao Paolo live in favelas 21 million people live in Sao Paolo Average earning in this area is 6300 a year Lots of factories Good farmland for sugar cane and coffee No sewage system and no rubbish collection, high crime rate! To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of favelas in Brazil
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